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Collection: Serbian Medieval Documents in the State Archives of Venice
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Date: 3 July 1208
Abstract“King“ Đorđe, son of Vukan Nemanjić, swears an oath of fidelity to the Venetian doge Petro Çiani (copy A).

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Date: 3 July 1208
Abstract“King“ Đorđe, son of Vukan Nemanjić, swears an oath of fidelity to the Venetian doge Petro Çiani (copy B).

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Date: 15 March, around 1306
AbstractKing Stefan Uroš II Milutin confirms to the monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Ratac the grant of six villages donated by his mother, Queen Jelena.

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Date: 1 May 1330
AbstractKing Stefan Dečanski writes to Doge Francisco Dandulo confirming his grant of free and safe transit to Venetian merchants on the way to the Byzantine Empire.

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Date: 10 June 1332
AbstractKing Stefan Dušan writes to Doge Francisco Dandulo about measures taken to provide satisfaction to Venetian merchant Nicolao Brivosso, robbed by a rebel nobleman.

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Date: 22 May 1341
AbstractKing Stefan Dušan writes to Doge Francisco Dandulo (sic!) that he is willing to renounce his royal ius naufragii in regard to shipwrecks involving Venetian ships.

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Date: 15 October 1345
AbstractKing Stefan Dušan writes to Doge Andrea Dandulo agreeing to extend the treaty between Venice and the King's maritime city of Kotor for another two years and offering help to the Venetians against rebels in Zadar.

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Date: around 15 October 1345
AbstractNikola Buća, treasurer of King Stefan Dušan, writes to Doge Andrea Dandulo informing him of the King's decision to extend the treaty between Venice and the King's maritime city of Kotor for another two years and to offer help to the Venetians against rebels in Zadar.

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Date: before 1 April 1348
AbstractEmperor Stefan Dušan writes to Doge Andrea Dandulo agreeing to extend the treaty between Venice and the King's maritime city of Kotor for another three years.

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Date: 28 February 1388
AbstractĐurađ II Balšić, lord of Zeta, grants privileges to Venetians living in Ulcinj.

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Date: 10 November 1395
AbstractĐurađ II Balšić, lord of Zeta, names friar Nicolaus Samarixiis, doctor of theology, and two other individuals as his ambassadors to the Venetian authorities.

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Date: 31 May 1396
AbstractĐurađ II Balšić, lord of Zeta, writes to the Doge that his forces have killed Radič Crnojević and that he has turned over to the Venetians the city of Skadar in accordance with previous agreements.

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Date: June 1407
AbstractJelena Balšić and her son Balša III Balšić, lord of Zeta, conclude peace with Venetian representatives, naming the Despot of Serbia, count Karlo Topija and lady Mara Branković as guarantors.

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Date: 6 May 1408
AbstractJelena Balšić and her son Balša III Balšić, lord of Zeta, name count Karlo Topija and Venetian Piero Arimundo as their representatives in peace negotiations with Venice.

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Date: 9 November 1408
AbstractJelena Balšić and her son Balša III Balšić, lord of Zeta, proclaim to their subjects that they have concluded peace with Venice.

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Date: 27 October 1409
AbstractJelena Balšić, representing her son Balša III Balšić, lord of Zeta, concludes a peace treaty with Venice based on the status quo at the time when she left Zeta on her way to Venice.

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Date: 30 January 1413
AbstractBalša III Balšić, lord of Zeta, confirms the peace treaty with Venice negotiated in his behalf by Sandalj, Grand Duke of Bosnia.

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Date: 4 April 1423
AbstractNobles from the Paštrovići region set out the conditions for accepting Venetian authority.

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Date: 12 August 1423
AbstractĐurađ Branković, representative of Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević in the maritime territories, concludes a preliminary peace treaty with Venetian commander Francisco Bembo.

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Date: 26 August 1424
AbstractĐurađ Branković, representative of Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević in the maritime territories, concludes a draft peace treaty with Francisco Quirino, Venetian captain of Albania, defining cross-borded rights of Serbian and Venetian subjects.

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Date: 22 April 1426
AbstractĐurađ Branković, representative of Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević in the maritime territories, concludes a peace treaty with Francisco Quirino, Venetian captain of Skadar, defining the border between the two sides.

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Date: 25 July 1426
AbstractDespot Stefan Lazarević ratifies the conditions of peace agreed between Đurađ Branković and Venetian representatives Francisco Bembo and Francisco Quirin.

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Date: 11 November 1426
AbstractĐurađ Branković, representative of Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević in the maritime territories, concludes the final peace treaty with Francisco Quirino, Venetian captain of Albania.

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Date: 14 August 1435
AbstractDespot Đurađ Branković concludes an agreement with Venetian representative Nicolo Memo, settling unresolved disputes from the treaty of 1426 and new issues.

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Date: before 15 November 1453
AbstractStefan Crnojević, vojvoda and Venetian captain of Zeta, asks the Doge for a yearly salary of 600 ducats and submits five other requests.

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Date: before 5 May 1460
AbstractStefan Crnojević, vojvoda and Venetian captain of Zeta, recounts his services to Venice and asks the Doge for various revenues.

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